Just Another Day In My Life

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  1. Nimi Arora says:

    A full day’s work and fun… yes it is good to get a good night’s sleep after that 🙂

    Interesting day you wrote about, Parul. I am inspired to get to scheduling blogs…

  2. Shilpa Garg says:

    Oh yes, life without internet is sooni sooni!
    You have started writing for A-Z already!!!!!!!!! OH MY GOD!! You are a super woman, Parul! I have not even thought of my theme as yet!! I must get my act together.. like right NOW!!

  3. Love the shot of rains. It’s been six months plus haven’t attended Yoga class. You seem to be damn good at multi-tasking. How awesomely awesome!!

  4. Sid says:

    So much in a day? Uff! I’m tired just reading about it 😛
    Jokes aside, I know that feeling of being ‘disconnected’ – it bugs me
    And of course, a good night’s sleep – nothing quite like it.
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  5. Lovely and meaningful day, Parul. Today my day was spent on kitchen and other house chores since the maids were on leave….:( But I loved it …… <3 Now I started my reading and writing sessions ……. 🙂

  6. Obsessivemom says:

    I enjoyed this peek into your day. It’s great how much you pack into it. I loved that last bit – a good night’s sleep always makes the next day look like a fresh beginning. I have often gone to bed feeling grateful to have the night to rest and rejuvenate.

  7. Lata Sunil says:

    Parul, feeling lost with no internet connection is a familiar feeling. But, my stay in the hospital did really cure me of this and I finally realised that I don’t need to check mails after work all the time. People call me if there is anything. I inform my teams in advance, they can call me if they find me offline as I work from home. That saves me some anxiety.

  8. Oh my! Your early mornings have a jam packed schedule. When I used to go to work, I did nothing else in the morning I just went to work. But at that time I lived with my in-laws and we had division of labour. MIL worked around the house in the mornings and I did the same in the evening. These days I get up by 5 am to just be with myself and do things which need quiet hour before packing the lunch box, including reading and writing. I agree with Corinne, cannot do without blogging. Even on those days when I don’t blog, the stories stay on my mind.
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  9. I love reading about people’s day and comparing it with my own. You do pack so much into your day, that I’m in awe of you, Parul!
    Writing a blog is such a mix between trying to stay true what we want to say, and what we think might interest our readers. Some posts will surprise us by getting a better response than we think they will and vice versa. For all the work it is, I’m not likely to give up blogging anytime soon.

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